The Venezuelan rider secures one of the last spots available in the WSX class for the World Supercross 2023 season as he signed with MDK Motorsport
Rodriguez has plenty of experience riding Supercross. He made his pro debut back in 2014 with Monster Energy Star Racing Yamaha. In the next four seasons, he finished in the top 10 standings of the 250SX East Coast series.
This year he attempted two races in the 450SX class. First, he qualified for the Glendale Triple Crown round, and then was close to his first top 10 in the class as he finished 11th at Denver. After those races, MDK Motorsport decided to sign him for the WSX class along with Cade Clason as a teammate.
The team has also already signed with Justin Bogle for the SX2 class. That means there is one rider left to be announced to complete the rooster before the season kick-off at Birmingham on July 1st.